Boring Mill Operator Skilled Trades Halliwell Consulting Windsor, Ontario Responsibilities: Machine all parts (drill, tap, mill, counter-sink, counter bore, etc.) Make pillow block stop blocks for all presses Fabricate small machine parts, drilling slides Fabricate bolster parts – shafts, keys etc. Assist in minor assembly Drill centre holes all blanks for lathes Polish gibs, liner bars assemble wear strips Cut materials for all jobs Work in assembly area and on lathes as needed Daily housekeeping and maintaining equipment and surrounding work area; Uphold all health & safety rules and regulations per Eagle’s Health & Safety Manual and Ontario’s Occupational Health & Safety Act; Uphold all Eagle employment standards, policies and procedures; Work in an organized manner, documenting work performed in Job Sheets and submitting job sheets to reporting manager on a weekly basis; Prompt and regular attendance and working all assigned hours; Perform any other duties, as required. Qualifications: Ability to analyze and interpret engineering drawings Knowledge of mathematic applications and measuring tools. Knowledge of raw materials, productions processes, quality control, costs, and other techniques for maximizing the effective manufacture and distribution of goods Ability to function effectively and productively within a team work group. Speak/read/write fluently in English. Knowledge and understanding of safety and safety precautions involved Ability to safely and effectively use cranes and lifts To apply online, send your resumé before 22-11-2017 to ; firstname.lastname@example.org.
CNC Boring Mill Set Up Operator/Programmer Skilled Trades Halliwell Consulting Stoney Creek, Ontario Qualificaitons • Journeyman CNC Machinist • Experience with Fanuc Controls • Experience running FMS (Robotic Cell) and Milling machines (DMU & Seimens Control) • Understanding of AS9100 quality standards • Knowledge of geometric tolerancing and dimensions • Set up, operate and maintain a variety of machine tools • 5 years’ experience • Days 7:30 – 3:30 or 8:30 – 4:30 there is some OT available • Salary $21/hr – $25/hr based on experience • Mech Engineering background an asset To apply online, send your resumé before 22-11-2017 to ; email@example.com
Automotive Sales Representative Sales Halliwell Consulting Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island Duties Include: Understanding automobiles by studying characteristics, capabilities, and features; comparing and contrasting competitive models; inspecting automobiles. Developing buyers by maintaining rapport with previous customers; suggesting trade-ins; meeting prospects at community activities; greeting drop-ins; responding to inquiries; recommending sales campaigns and promotions. Qualifying buyers by understanding buyer’s requirements and interests; matching requirements and interests to various models; building rapport. Demonstrating the automobiles by explaining characteristics, capabilities, and features; taking drives; explaining warranties and services. Closing the sales by overcoming objections; asking for sales; negotiating price; completing sales or purchase contracts; explaining provisions; explaining and offering warranties, services, and financing; collects payment; delivers automobile. Providing sales management information by completing reports. Updating job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications. Enhancing dealership reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments. To apply online, send your resumé before 21-11-2017 to ; firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Construction Engineering / Engineering Technology, General Management, Operations / Manufacturing Cresco Bedford, Nova Scotia Cresco, a leading new home construction, land development and property management company located in Bedford, Nova Scotia, is seeking an Director of Construction for its new home construction business. Reporting to the General Manager, the Director of Construction is a key member of the management team responsible for delivery of all new home construction activities for the company. The Operations Manager has primary responsibility for planning, implementing, managing and controlling all new home construction-related activities including developing the business plan, marketing, sales, design, construction and customer service. Leading a team of six, including a Construction Manager, in a fast-paced environment, the Director of Construction demonstrates strong business acumen, is well-organized, a team player, and has a strong work ethic. The ideal applicant will have completed a post-secondary program in business or engineering with a minimum 3 years’ experience in construction management. To apply online, send your resumé before 21-10-2017 to ; email@example.com,
Research Assistant Archives, Social Sciences, Student Town of Paradise Reporting to the Communications Manager, the Research Assistant will lead the development and implementation of a plan to research and gather the history on the Town of Paradise. The duties will include, but not limited to, collecting oral histories specific to the Town, conducting research interviews, conducting archive research, and compiling and documenting collected information. The Research Assistant may also be responsible for supporting on-going communications activities in the Town of Paradise as required. Qualifications: Post-secondary studies in Humanities and Social Sciences (history, folklore, political science, or others), Library Studies, Archival Studies or other relevant field; Experience in research specifically in: designing a historical research project, knowledge in the techniques of gathering oral histories, and knowledge in archival research; Demonstrates a high level of organizational and interpersonal skills and tact and discretion; Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; Detailed knowledge of and experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and other office applications; To apply online, send your resumé before 20-11-2017 to ; E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Accounts Payable Clerk Accounting / Finance Accountant Staffing Dartmouth, Nova Scotia Accounts Payable Clerk As a part of the accounting team you will support the accounts payable processing function. Highlights of these duties include: Payment and expense claim processing Fielding vendor inquiries and maintaining relationships Assisting with payment approvals Reviewing ad-hoc payment requests Reception and general administration support Other projects as required As the ideal candidate, you have completed your post-secondary education in accounting or business and have 2 – 5 years’ experience within a heavy workload accounts payable environment. Displaying excellent organizational skills and a proven ability to consistently meet deadlines, you are a detailed and thorough individual. With a positive outlook, you enjoy working in a busy and dynamic environment. Exceptional communication skills, meticulous attention to detail and an ability to prioritize effectively are essential skills for this role. To apply online, send your resumé before 19-11-2017 to ; email@example.com.
Payroll & Benefits Coordinator Accounting / Finance, Human Resources Accountant Staffing Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia We’re currently seeking a Payroll & Benefits Coordinator for a permanent opportunity in HRM. As a key member of this dynamic and dedicated team you will be responsible for full cycle payroll processing and benefits administration. Additional accounting support duties may also be required. Key responsibilities: Verifying and entering payroll data Payroll journal entries Reconciliations Troubleshooting discrepancies Preparing remittances and deductions Processing ROE’s and T4’s To apply online, send your resumé before 18-11-2017 to ; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Climate Action Emergency Management Officer Environment The Confederacy of Mainland Mi‘kmaq Truro, Colchester County, Nova Scotia The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq (The CMM) is a Tribal Council representing seven, Mi’kmaq communities of mainland NS. Our mission is to proactively promote and assist Mi’kmaq communities’ initiatives towards self-determination and enhancement of community. The CMM is located in the Millbrook Mi’kmaw Community in Nova Scotia and has over 60 Employees. The CMM’s Department of Environment & Natural Resources (DENR) is currently looking for an energetic, mature and independent candidate to fill the role of a Climate Action Emergency Management Officer with the MCG. Position Requirements: Two years combined experience and Post-secondary education in emergency response, community planning, environmental studies, climate change, social sciences or an interdisciplinary equivalent. Knowledge of standard emergency response planning and implementation methodologies. Knowledge of standard climate change, GIS, and health sciences methodologies. Experience working in or with First Nation communities and knowledge of current First Nation community challenges and opportunities relating to climate change and community management. Understanding of issues related to the gathering and sharing of Traditional Knowledge. Excellent reading and writing skills; and, demonstrated communication skills both written and oral. Good understanding of the Indian Act and Mi’kmaq aboriginal and treaty rights. Working knowledge of Microsoft word, Power Point presentation, Word perfect and Adobe acrobat. Able to travel overnight and work overtime when required. Driver license, vehicle and the ability to travel. To apply online, send your resumé before 17-11-2017 to ; Email: email@example.com
Commercial Fisheries Liaison Coordinator Environment, Marine The Confederacy of Mainland Mi‘kmaq Truro, Colchester County, Nova Scotia The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq (The CMM) is a Tribal Council representing seven, Mi’kmaq communities of mainland NS. Our mission is to proactively promote and assist Mi’kmaq communities’ initiatives towards self-determination and enhancement of community. The CMM is located in the Millbrook Mi’kmaw Community in Nova Scotia and has over 60 Employees. The CMM is currently looking for an energetic, mature and independent candidate to fill the role of Commercial Fisheries Liaison Coordinator (CFLC) with the CMM’s Aboriginal Aquatic Research Oceans Management (AAROM) Program. Reporting to the AARROM Project Manager, the CFLC will be responsible for maintaining a data base of species and fishery areas covered by Mi’kmaq communities of mainland NS; working with external Mi’kmaq First Nations Fisheries Coordinators and Commercial Fishery Advisory committees in an effort to expand their knowledge as it relates to fishery resource management; and, sustaining a presence at related meetings and activities. The CFLC will present information related to the outcomes of these meetings and include recommendations concerning the implications or ramifications to CMM’s member communities’ fisheries managers. Must have five (5) years direct demonstrated experience in commercial fisheries operations; Knowledge of First Nations cultural and economic environmental challenges; Experience working in or with First Nation communities; Solid understanding of Mi’kmaq culture and history; Strong interpersonal skills; Work efficiently and effectively with minimal supervision; Ability to participate in meetings and understand/interpret complex fisheries’ issues; Excellent reading and writing skills; Good understanding of the Indian Act and Mi’kmaq aboriginal To apply online, send your resumé before 16-11-2017 to ; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Records Management/Document Control Clerk Administrative and Support Services, Archives Town of Paradise Paradise, Newfoundland & Labrador Reporting to the Director of Corporate Services, the Records Management/Document Control Clerk will be responsible for the maintenance of the Town’s records management system. In addition, this position provides support in the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy program for the Town. The incumbent will be responsible for creating and maintaining a folder directory system including scanning and file storage of all documents within an Electronic Records Management System (ERMS); collecting, preparing and sorting documents; labelling and entering documents into the ERMS as well as preparing files and forwarding documents for disposition in accordance with the Town’s Records Retention Policy. Qualifications Two-year diploma in office administration or similar program with a specialization in Records Management. Experience in creating, maintaining and researching documents within a computerized records management software program. Experience in Lasarfiche would be an asset. Excellent written and oral communication skills as well as great attention to detail. Detailed knowledge and experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and other MS Office programs. To apply online, send your resumé before 15-11-2017 to ; E: email@example.com